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Chris Witt

Steve,

Wow. This is one of those posts that pulls a lot of what I know together in a way that creates a new insight. Thanks.

Introducing a speaker is a hospitable, gracious thing to do. It creates, or can create, a very different dynamic.

Thanks, Chris

Steve Roesler

Chris,

I was reading your post on video-taping when your comment came through; this is a little eerie!

Glad you found it useful. I don't think I realized it myself until one day, after about 25 years of meetings and coaching, the dynamic I was watching actually sunk in and took form.

And, indeed, it's just plain gracious as well.

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